#perl - Thu 12 Apr 2007 between 22:13 and 22:17

NY Lost Funds



RedLobsterKhisanth you could write this in a minute and just give me the data?
Yaakovsimcop2387: I run XP, OS X, Linux (RHEL, Debian, Ubuntu), FreeBSD, Solaris
RedLobstersick!
rmahif so, then yes, user1 will be able to r/w the file
RedLobsterYou would be an ordained knight at the Center for Range Voting.
simcop2387Yaakov: why solaris?
RedLobsterhttp://RangeVoting.org/ <-- We are going to save the world.
Yaakovrmah mademe do it.
rmahknights are ordained?
loshDo I need to tell the perl script to use group2, or will it just figure it out?
RedLobsterYou know...whatever. We'll make something up.
rmahYaakov: huh?
RedLobsterSome...title.
rmahlosh: no. yes.
YaakovGumbyBRAIN: rmah is opressing me
GumbyBRAINWhat do you do is give me a hash containing sql statements to execute. Initially, i pushed them as is and what rmah says.
rmahRedLobster: the title for knights is "sir"
simcop2387rmah:
[20:09:29] <simcop2387> Yaakov: why solaris?
RedLobsterKhisanth are you saying that you can do this for me? I don't want to be presumptuous.
simcop2387doh
RedLobsterSir Khisanth
loshrmah: thanks heaps.
KhisanthRedLobster: are you sure it's only 2100? I have 34224
rows that is
RedLobsterKhisanth it's only 2100 votes.
rmahlosh: de nada
RedLobstereach ballot is like 14 rows.
when it should just be ONE row.
with the row names as collumns.
what they did, stupidly, was for each voter, they listed each option as a row, with the score after it.
Yaakovrmah: Less than nothing, dude.
RedLobsterall I need is columns like {user_id, theme 1 name, theme 2 name....} and the rows being the ballots.
Tango - Ikonki are the theme names.
there are 16 themes.
Khisanthwhich is the userid?
RedLobsterSo the columns should just be {user id, sum for tango, sum for Stippi, ....
oh, they are listed by user's IP address.
just ordering them user 1, user 2, etc. would be grand.
dude i really really appreciate this.

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